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DUGAN 

He is a striking 18 month old male harlequin with long cropped ears.  He is about 35 inches tall and needs a little weight on him.  He is still somewhat of a puppy and needs to learn obedience. 

Though he is very large, he is friendly and very easy to handle on a leash.  He knows sit and responds well.  He is very fond of biscuits and should be a fast learner.  He was given up along with Dame by a couple that was separating and neither could take him with.  He will be further evaluated in his foster home.

Foster update on Dugan:  Dugan is a large Dane that seems even bigger than he is because of his dramatic colors and beautifully long cropped ears!  He is a very strong, lively Dane that is alert and ready for anything!  He is easy to walk on a leash, has good house manners and bonds quickly with whoever is handling him.  He has been tolerant of little kids but not very interested in them so far and must be carefully supervised when around them, as all dogs must be.  He has been very playful with another male Dane his size, but he bullied an 8-month old puppy and took him to the ground.  He has looked cats in the face and walked away.  He's great in a crate and doesn't tear up his bedding.  He seems to be a beautiful and vibrant, happy boy that will do well in a home that can concentrate on his needs, manners and obedience, and make sure he gets the exercise he needs to work off his youthful energy.  Sadly, the infection in his tail when he came in was too far gone to save it and a piece had to be amputated.  But he now can brag to have a very smart and practical 'sport tail'! 


 

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